Get Ready for the Met Gala with Karlie Kloss

Regina George says it like it is.Yes, she vlogged it.

The Met Gala (a.k.a the Oscars of fashion) may have been a week ago, but as it turns out, we still aren't finished talking about it.  

Supermodel (and possible Lord of the Rings elf queen?) Karlie Kloss took to YouTube today to share a vlog on her channel Klossy, documenting the process of getting ready for the big night.  The 6 minute montage features the likes of young designer Brandon Maxwell, Sir John (makeup artist to BeyoncĂ©, no biggy), and Hollywood stylist Karla Welch.  For anyone interested in what goes into creating red carpet magic, this is the video for you..(in other words, we expect that you will all be watching.)

Main Image via @karliekloss

Click here to see what Met Gala look was the most popular among Couturesque's readers.  When you're done there, get your supermodel fix with our 2016 Model of the Year competition.

WHO: Alyssa, Sr. Beauty Contributor at Couturesque magazine
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